India celebrated Eid Al-Adha on Monday with gusto, and fervour peaking across Jammu and Kashmir amid massive security arrangements (Picture from Srinagar)
Six mandies and markets had been established in Srinagar city while 2.5 lakh sheep was made available for public for sacrifice on Eid-al-Adha. (Picture from Srinagar)
For Eid, other than the provisional stores, bakery and sweet shops too have been facilitated to remain open and cater to the people's needs. (Picture from Srinagar)
The government has also deployed liaison officers in various places in the country, including Aligarh and New Delhi, to help students hailing from Kashmir and pursuing their studies outside the Valley, to celebrate Eid and communicate to their family members in the Valley. (Picture from Srinagar)
Greeting people on Eid al-Adha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoped that the festival will further the spirit of peace and happiness in the society. What PM said: "My best wishes on the occasion of Eid al-Adha. I hope it furthers the spirit of peace and happiness in our society. Eid Mubarak!" (Picture from Srinagar)
Banks, ATMs and quite a few markets remained open on Sunday in Kashmir and restrictions were eased allowing people to come out to shop, while residents were permitted to offer prayers in neighbourhoods mosques on the festival. (Picture from Srinagar)
There has been no untoward incident in the Valley. Eid is being celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir with utmost peace. (Picture from Srinagar)
Muslim children jubilate at Jama Masjid on the occasion of Eid al-Adha (Picture from New Delhi)
Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers at Feroz Shah Kotla Mosque, in New Delhi.
Pigeons fly past as Muslims offer prayers at Jama Masjid on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, in New Delhi.